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the trial turns to experts and explanation. the psychology of what made her kill travis alexander. will the jury agree? for jodi arias, that answer may mean life or death. we have to warn you, the language and images are graphic and may be too explicit for younger viewers. >> ms. arias, please take the stand. >> reporter: jodi arias has dominated the witness stand for over a month, answering questions for the defense. >> did you want to kill mr. alexander on june 4th? >> no, that was not a goal of mine. >> reporter: the prosecutor. >> that was a lie? is that what you're saying? >> yes. >> reporter: and even those written by the jury and read by the judge. >> after all the lies you have told, why should we believe you now? >> lying isn't typically something i just do. >> why should we believe you? they want a reason. how do we know you're telling the truth now? that's her problem. that's her problem. not telling the truth time after time after time the jury has scene it. they've heard it. they know that she can sit there and look one hundred percent truthful and be spewing a lie. >
's throat. >> the defense calls jodi arias. >> please stand and be sworn. >> did you kill travis alexander on june 4th, 2008? >> yes, i did. >> were you crying when you were shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when were you stabbing him? >> i don't remember. >> how about when you cut his throat, were you crying then? >> i don't know. >> you fired the gun, you shot him in the head and then you killed him. >> yes. >> tonight, jodi arias like you have never seen or heard her before. the accused killer testifying in her own defense for 18 long days, but now, the video that could change your mind about jodi arias, cameras rolling in the police interrogation room capturing arias's bizarre behavior. >> this is a really trivial question and reveal how shallow i am. but before-- can i clean myself up a little bit. >> . [singing] . [singing] >> correspondent adam housley joins us, me, what is the background of the tape from? >> in far north california. investigators knew they had a palm print of her, knew she was lying and from the arizona and mesa area and providing the camera. t
tell the story of how travis alexander was in the shower posing for sexy shower photos at jodi arias' request, that she dropped the digital camera that he loved, his new camera, that he became infuriated until though he had never had this reaction in the past when she had blown out his car and slashed his tires and called his girlfriends and hacked into his e-mail and hacked in to his bank accounts. but this time when she croppdro the camera, he became enraged, went after her, that she ran into his closet, slammed the door, climbed on a shelf that could only hold 40 pounds, got on top of another shelf, grabbed a gun that only she knew about that was full of live ammunition and cocked. >> if it wasn't loaded and you told us before that mr. alexander told you it wasn't loaded, right? >> he told me both, yes. >> you told that to the jury, right? >> yes. >> and mr. alex ander said it's not loaded, right? >> he said it's not loaded, but one day he said it is loaded. >> he told you it was unloaded. >> initially it assured me it was not loaded. >> and you also take your belief that you thin
have reached out before all of this happened. ♪ ♪ >> it's the story of jodi arias and travis alexander and how they were drawn to one another. >> jodi just has a glow to her. >> patty was jodi's childhood friend. >> people were very drawn to jodi, not only because she was beautiful, i mean, because she's a great -- she's a great girl. >> jodi grew up in small towns in california, landing in yreka in high school where her family owned a diner. when it came to men, patty thought jodi often chose wrong. >> as beautiful as jodi is, she always went for -- it seemed like she lowered her standards for some reason. >> with guys. >> yeah. i don't know why. >> after high school jodi drifted up and down the california coast, in and out of waitress jobs. in 2006 she joined a company called pre-paid legal which sells insurance to cover legal costs and at the annual convention she met the man who would change her life, travis alexander. travis' friend dave hall was there. >> you see sparks fly at that point? >> i saw it on travis' face. >> this was all first-impression. >> he probably figured, game
with the story of what happened to travis alexander and the trial itself. as you mentioned 18 days on the stand where even the jurors in arizona are allowed to ask her questions are skeptical of her story. investigators were skeptical of the story from the beginning and she's had unbelievable claims and then you see that maybe this is all backed up by her behavior in in video. i mean, just hand stands, and sings a song about her memory, the artist dido and laughs and giggles, and a few minutes earlier she was bawling to investigators about the incident. it's bizarre. >> is there any indication that she knew she was being taped at all? >> well, there's no indication that we know of. however, at the same time she's a very smart woman. when you watch, we watched every second of the testimony on the stand. and she's a wordsmith, somebody who is very intelligent. she tries to play naive, but there are point it doesn't come out. you've got to believe she had an idea she was being taped. having said that you don't know for sure. she talks about herself and wanting to have her makeup done before she ha
starts right now. >> erin, thanks. good evening, everyone. tonight, killer romance. how travis alexander met the woman who would one day stab, slash, and shoot him. were there warning signs? dr. drew pinsky and mark geragos to look at the surreal murder trial of jeodi arias. also, john mccain tell s me there's plenty of blame to go around for the cuts, and he said some of those cuts could put american lives at risk. >> we begin with a man who watched his brother swallowed up by the earth and the nightmare isn't over yet. the sinkhole that opened up late last night inside this home in a tampa suburb. that's right, a sinkhole inside the home. at much as 30 feet across and it's getting deeper now. the frantic 911 call came in just after 11:00 last night. the anguish and fear is raw and captured on the tape. >> yes, we need an ambulance and he's stuck underneath the house. the house just fell through. >> okay, and what happened to the house? >> the bedroom floor just collapsed, and my brother-in-law is underneath the house. >> just one second. let me connect you with the ems. >> difficult to
. tonight, killer romance. how travis alexander met the woman who would one day stab, slash, and shoot him. were there warning signs? dr. drew pinsky and mark geragos to look at the surreal murder trial of jodi arias. >>> also, john mccain tells me there's plenty of blame to go around for the cuts, and he said some of those cuts could put american lives at risk. >>> we begin with a man who watched his brother swallowed up by the earth and the nightmare isn't over yet. the sinkhole that opened up late last night inside this home in a tampa suburb. that's right, a sinkhole inside the home. at much as 30 feet across and it's getting deeper now. the frantic 911 call came in just after 11:00 last night. the anguish and fear is raw and captured on the tape. >> yes, we need an ambulance and he's stuck underneath the house. the house just fell through. >> okay, and what happened to the house? >> the bedroom floor just collapsed, and my brother-in-law is underneath the house. >> just one second. let me connect you with the ems. >> difficult to imagine what they were going through. underneath the ho
to the arias case. the jodi arias case. how travis alexander met jodi arias. were there any signs as the relationship developed that he was dealing with a dangerous woman? dr. drew pinsky joins us and mark geragos. >> the new developments in the aurora theater shooter. documents have been released, and they could shed light on a possible plea. [ tylenol bottle ] me too! and nasal co [ tissue box ] he said nasal congestion. yeah...i heard him. [ female announcer ] tylenol® cold multi-symptom nighttime relieves nasal congestion. nyquil® cold and flu doesn't. relieves nasal congestion. so if ydead battery,t tire, need a tow or lock your keys in the car, geico's emergency roadside assistance is there 24/7. oh dear, i got a flat tire. hmmm. uh... yeah, can you find a take where it's a bit more dramatic on that last line, yeah? yeah i got it right here. someone help me!!! i have a flat tire!!! well it's good... good for me. what do you think? geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. >>> as jodi arias prepares to take the witness stand again on mo
this could have happened. what caused travis alexander his life, and why jodi arias suddenly became a killer. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. much more on the trial right now on 360. anderson? >> randi, thanks. it's 11:00 on the east coast. osama bin laden pfrs spokesman and son-in-law in court blocks away from ground zero. how he was caught, how he'll by tried and what it does to al qaeda. join us tonight. >> also, tonight, the week's most unforgettable moments from jodi arias on the stand, to the rare jury questions to what happens next. >> we begin with breaking news. thehe the head of one of america's biggest airlines speaking out on thedition to allow knives on aircrafts. >> he wrote, quote, we must object to the decision to allow small knives back in the aircrafts. joining us is the international president of the association of flight attendants. what do you make of this? you must be pleased that the delta ceo is weighing in on the side of the flight attendants. why are you opposed to this? >> it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft. introduce knives back
happened. what caused travis alexander his life, and why jodi arias suddenly became a killer. i'm randi kaye. thanks for watching. >> he wrote, quote, we must object to the decision to allow small knives back in the aircrafts. joining us is the international president of the association of flight attendants. what do you make of this? you must be pleased that the delta ceo is weighing in on the side of the flight attendants. why are you opposed to this? >> it's completely unnecessary to introduce a weapon to the aircraft. introduce knives back into the cabin. makes no sense. >> is it out of concern for the safety of flight attendants and other personnel onboard the aircraft that is your primary concern here? >> well, as flight attendants, we're in charge of the entire cabin. so our job is to be the first responders in any event and also the last line of defense in our nation's aviation security, so the attempt to reintroduce knives on board absolutely could impact any passenger on board, and we're there for safety and to protect each and every passenger on each and every flight. >> the c
for weeks talking about her relationship with travis alexander and the day that she killed him back in 2008. now the jury's turn to ask questions. the judge has received 100 questions from the jurors which the lawyers will review tomorrow. arias was back on the stand today trying to make the case she killed in self-defense. randi kaye reports. a warning, some of the testimony is graphic. >> reporter: if you believe what jodi arias says on the stand, travis alexander told her marrying her would be like winning the wife lottery. >> had he ever proposed to you? >> yeah, he did over the phone once. >> reporter: so if their relationship was so good that even marriage was being discussed, how on earth did it get this bad? again today arias' defense team tried to prove it was all self-defense. she shared this story of past abuse, of alexander choking her. >> at first i thought of clawing at his face, but then i couldn't -- i couldn't do that. it didn't feel right to gouge his eyes out or something. >> reporter: arias told the court she would have sex with alexander because it stopped his anger fro
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in defense of the woman on the left, jodi arias. she says the man on the right, travis alexander, who is now dead, says that e-mails indicate he had a history of abusing women. we'll look at what those e-mails really said and whether the level is something the jury is really going to seize on. uld sme for the first week... i'm like...yeah, ok... little did i know that one week later i wasn't smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix (varenicline) is proven to help people quit smoking. it reduces the urge to smoke. some people had changes in behavior, thinking or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of these stop taking chantix and call your doctor right away. tell your doctor about any history of depression or other mental health problems, which could get worse while taking chantix. don't take chantix if you've had a serious allergic or skin reaction to it. if you develop these stop taking chantix and see your doctor right away as some can be life-threatening. tell your doctor if yo
intimate details of her relationship with a man named travis alexander, a man she now admits to killing in 2008. today it focused on the day she actually killed travis alexander, slit his throat from ear to ear. and pretty much telling anyone who would listen that masked intruders were to blame and they also tried to kill her. all of those were lies. the trial is reaching a crucial point. finally now, after 13 days, the prosecut prosecutor grilled arias today about the killing itself. that's when her unflappable demeanor finally cracked. we warn you, the story contains graphic photos and testimony. >> tears from jodi arias. she broke down on the stand as the first photo of travis alexander's body was displaced in court. it showed him twisted and crumpled on the shower floor. >> man, were you crying when you were shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when you were stabbing him? >> i don't remember. >> how about when you cut his throat? were you crying then? >> i don't know. >> with her face in her hands, the prosecutor dared her to look. take a look, then. you're the one
, a young man who probably very few had heard of before named travis alexander met his end in a gruesome crime, in his home. in fact, his body was found days later in his shower. he had been the victim of one of the most grisly attacks you'd ever hear of in a courtroom. he'd been stabbed 27 times, a couple more defensive wounds as well, he'd been shot in the head, and he'd been dragged and cleaned up. but the mess that was left behind would lead them to a young woman named jodi arias. and then her lies would lead her inside a courtroom where she's facing death penalty for this crime. she says she did it. she had to admit to that after lying twice, because they had so much evidence against her. but she says she did it in self-defense. her story is so remarkable, you have to see the scene of the crime in order to get a better sense of whether it's actually plausible. so we want to take you inside the scene of the crime, somewhat. it's a little hard, considering you can't go in there now, but our friends at hln did the next best thing, like lawyers often do in a courtroom, they build a mock
, totally full of holes of how and why she killed travis alexander. she responds by sobbing, convulsing, and he blunts that. he says, were you sobbing when you were stabbing travis alexander? she stabbed him 29 times and shot him and slit his throat ear to ear, down to the spine. she claimed she did all this in self defense, after a afternoon of kinky sex, she is taking pictures of him in the shower, she claims he lunges at her, and she stabs him. she said she goes into a fog and can't remember stabbing him or slashing his throat. during this so-called fog, she manages to clean up the crime scene, take the gun, get in the car, drive into the desert, dispose of the gun, and perhaps in the most chilling moment of all, and he describes this, she leaves the man she has just left a voice mail inviting him to a play. >> quite extraordinary behavior. let's take a look at a clip of her sobbing on the stand today. >> were you crying when you were shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when you were stabbing him? >> i don't remember. >> how about when you cut his throat? were you c
named travis alexander, a man she admits killing in 2008. so much of her testimony has been about phone sex and textt messages, but today, it focussed on the day she actually killed alexander. shot him, stabbed him 29 times, slit his throat from ear to ear. the prosecution is trying to show she intended to kill him all along. she said it was in self defense, but remember, she changed her st story twice before, saying she wasn't near his house, and then tellingon anyone who would listen that masked intruders were to blame. after all that tawdry preamble, after 13 days, the prosecutor grilled arias today about the killing itself. that's when her unflappable demeanor finally cracked. we warn you, the story contains graphic photos and testimony. >> tears from jodi arias. she broke down on the stand as the first photo of travis alexander's body was displaced in court. it showed him twisted and crumpled on the shower floor. >> man, were you crying when you were shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when you were stabbing him? >> i don't remember. >> how about when you cut his
in a web of lies, would jodi arias ever have come clean about killing travis alexander? jurors wanted to know. >> would you decide to tell the truth if you ever got arrested? >> i honestly don't know the answer to that question. >> reporter: why, they ask, did it take her so long to tell the truth. it wasn't until two years after the killing that she claimed self defense. first, she said she wasn't there. then changed her story to two masked intruders. all her lying seems to have hit a nerve with the jury. >> after all of the lies you have told, why should we believe you now? >> lying isn't typically something i just do. but the lies that i have told in this case are -- can be tied directly back to either protecting travis' reputation. >> reporter: and what about arias' experience with guns. >> never fired a gun, but i was relative lee familiar with them. >> reporter: and even if she wasn't sure she had shot alexander as she says, why not call 911 for help in case? >> when i sort of came out of the fog, i realized, oh, crap. something bad had happened. and i was scared to call any aut
along with alexander's sexual fantasies? >> if you were scared of what travis was capable of doing, why would you ever let him tie you up? >> when that occurred, he was in a very good mood, and again, they were -- they were loose enough to wiggle out of. so i wasn't like stuck there. >> reporter: and on the day she killed him -- >> was travis tied up at any point on june 4, 2008? >> no. >> reporter: there were also more questions about arias' memory lapses. >> you remember dropping the knife and screaming, but you don't remember taking the gun or rope with you? >> it goes blank after that. i don't remember putting the gun in the car. i don't remember putting the rope in the car. >> how can you say that you don't have memory issues when you can't remember how you stabbed him so many times and slashed his throat? >> well, i think that i have a good memory. and june 4th is an anomaly for me. i don't think i have memory issues that are any different from another average person. >> reporter: one thing arias may never forget are these pictures of travis alexander dead. >> would you agree that
testimony about travis alexander, the man she is painting as a sexual aggressor and a man she says she still loved until the day she killed him. >>> dennis rodman and a man he says is a friend. why the former nba show put on a show. we are keeping him honest with laura ling and her sister. we begin with breaking news. evidence of a damaging allegation was made up. we know part of the plot was fabricated by a member of the oldest profession, a prostitute for the world's best known motive, money. the senator is answering questions about flights to the dominical republic. the explosive charges have to do with what he did while there. the site running video from nameless video who say they had sex with the senator for money. the charges are serious enough that we sent drew griffin to investigate. >> reporter: a run down brothel is hardly the place for serious journalism and here we are knocking on its door. and finding yet another mysterious clue leading to another closed door. hello. >> drew found nothing to kwaub rate the allegations and neither did the fbi. tonight cnn has obtained evidence.
is on trial for the murder of her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. jodi arias is answering questions in the redirect. the jurors will have the chance to ask her questions through the judge. for now today was focused on her sex life. randi kaye was there. some of the testimony is graphic. >> reporter: after a damaging week on cross examination the first order of business for jodi arias's defense team was knocking down any hint at premeditation. >> did you go to mr. alexander's home with the intent on killing him? >> i didn't. >> reporter: another attempt to convince the jury she murdered travis alexander in self defense. testimony quickly turned to her broken finger on her left hand. the prosecution has tried to prove she hurt her finger while stabbing her ex-boyfriend dozens of times and dragging his body. >> and that is an injury you incurred when you testified to having received when mr. alexander was kicking you in the ribs and he ended up kicking your hand, correct? >> that's correct. >> reporter: she says alexander broke her finger six months before the murder, the day after she
the stress of shooting and stabbing her exboyfriend travis alexander caused her to forget committing the crime. >> you made it up. >> no, clinical judgment, sir. >> he was forced to acknowledged arias lied to him during the test. back then, she said she was so traumatize because she had to watch helplessly as masked intruders killed alexander. she later claimed she did it in self defense. >> perhaps i should have readministerred the test. michael: this doctor who the prosecutor absolutely ripped was back on the stand today answering. >>s' questions close to 100 questions. that's legal to do in arizona. the prosecution has really gone after that expert witness. with us today to talk about this linda kenny baden a former criminal prosecutor, she's turned trial attorney and now focuses on clinical defense. when you see an expert on the other side like that, are you just drooling when you're sitting at the table. >> of course you are but the problem is that trials aren't a game and this is a death penalty case. that's why it's costing the taxpayers so much. i'm sure if a deal was offered
. charged with kill herring lover travis alexander. she pleaded self conversation. prosecutors argued otherwise. today it was the defense team's turn to ask the questions. >> were you forced to testify? >> no. >> when you chose to testify, did you do so with the idea that the lies you told would be called into question? >> yes. >> one of the first questions i asked you was whether or not you killed travis alexander on june 4, 2008. do you recall that? >> yes. >> and due recall your answer to that question? >> he was t me so i was defending myself. >> all right. well, the prosecutor hit her with questions like this. >> you're saying you're not lying here. is that what you're telling us is the truth. >> yes. >> but you are telling us that when you spoke with the detective, that wasn't true. correct? whatever you say you told him. >> well, anything -- some things were not true. >> yet you lied the detective. >> yes. >> did you also lie to "48 hours." >> yes. >> did you lie to daniel freeman? >> everybody. >> there she goes, anyone else? have how been rifted by the trial? >> it's crazy. t
the jurors. she's accused of murdering her boyfriend, travis alexander, in june of 2008. arias initially told police alexander was killed by masked intruders, but then changed her story, saying she stabbed him 29 times, shot him in the head and slit his throat all in self-defense. arias answering questions from the jury today, something we rarely see a defendant do and we warn you, testimony has been extremely graphic. christi paul explains the timeline prosecutors are trying to prove. >> the prosecution's laid out a timeline detailing how jodi arias killed travis alexander. at 5:29 p.m., arias takes a picture of alexander alive in the shower. moments later, she stabs him in the chest. prosecutors believe he was still alive and arias followed him down the hall to the bedroom where she slashed his throat. then dragged his body back to the bathroom, accidentally taking p pictures all along the way. investigators believe once arias got alexander back to the bathroom, she shot him in the forehead based on the location of the shell casinging, they believe that happened near the sink and that then,
-boyfriend travis alexander, a mormon motivational speaker, prosecutors have detailed how arias stabbed him 27 time, slit his throat from ear to ear and shot him in the head in june 2008, jodi arias originally told authorities she knew nothing then claimed that travis alexander was killed by masked intruders now she claims she was acting in self-defense, her attorney asked about the lies. >> that is the question, why should somebody believe you now. >> like i said before, all of my -- i lead a lot in the beginning, each of those lies tied to two things, travis and protecting his ego, i mean his reputation, and my own for shali, and -- partially, and related in any involvement in his death. so, i understand that there will be always be questions, but all i can do tip is say what happened to the best of my recollection. and if i'm convicted that is because of my own -- lori: if arias is convicted of murder she faces the death penalty. welcome to you both. >> thank you. lori: your impressions of her -- she seems almost robotic. >> she is well too rehearsed when she talks to the jury, she turned after
violence expert has to talk about because jodi arias is going out of her way to be with travis alexander yet claims to be a victim of domestic violence. she travels more than 1,000 miles, she crawls through his doggy door. why is she doing all these things? the problem that that expert and the expert on the stand now has is that so much of their opinion is based upon the words of jodi arias. >> which are worth nothing considering how much she's lied up until this point. ryan smith, i'm only guessing here, and i'm not a lawyer, but i like to play one on tv, that the ploss kugs in its rebuttal will call a few experts or at least one of their own, and it will be a big old cancelling out session because the jury will be left with two competing pieces of wisdom from two thought to be smart people with degrees. >> yeah, you got it. when you talk about the prosecution's experts, my guess is that they want to call somebody who will try to knock done that ptsd diagnosis that samuels is talking about, maybe somebody to talk about how she didn't suffer from abuse. and also address the memory issues
-year-old accused of killing her lover, 30-year-old travis alexander. way back in june of 2008. after changing her hair and first jodi told police she wasn't there and pictures on the dead man's camera showed she was and while awaiting trial she changed the story to a home invasion and then to self defense. the trial now on a lunch break, also features 150 jury questions to witnesses. which i did not realize was permissible. i learn something new every day, i guess. to borrow the title of a competitor instant specials of last week and arias trial is sex, lies and audio tape. nicely done. katy tur is covering the trial. what's the latest? >> reporter: not many people knew that the jury could ask questions. part of the reason why the story is all-consuming, 32-year-old arias on the stand for 17 days now. and in that time, she's broke down a couple of times as she's been cross-examined by the prosecution but for the most part, pretty calm and composed explaining the version of events as to what happened the night she killed travis alexander. why she says it was self defense, especially d
the night travis alexander was killed. >> why didn't you just run out of the house instead of grabbing the gun from the closet? >> well, again, i can't -- it happened so fast. i did initially think run so that's why i went down the hallway and then right as i got to the hallway with the doors being shut, it just seemed like more of an obstacle. it would give him more time to catch up. >> live in phoenix, katie, a lot of people are wondering about the system there in arizona that allows jurors to ask direct questions. >> reporter: yeah. certainly. it's very interesting. you don't often see it. one of a few states in the country to allow it. she's been on the stand for 17 days and had a ton of opportunity to explain her version of the events the night that travis alexander died. why she says it was self defense. the jurors listening very closely that entire time and yesterday and today they were able to ask their own questions submitting written questions to the judge she then read to jodi arias. listened to over 150 questions and answered them calmly and in a matter of fact way and aski
and after she killed travis alexander. randi kaye has the compelling testimony from phoenix. let me warn you some of the images you're about to see are very graphic and disturbing. >> reporter: tears from jodi arias. she broke down on the stand as the first photo of travis alexander's body is displayed in court. it showed him twisted and crumbled on the shower floor. >> were you crying when you shooting him? >> i don't remember. >> were you crying when you were stabbing him? >> i don't remember. >> how about when you cut his throat? were you crying then? >> i don't know. >> reporter: with her face in her hands the prosecutor dared her to look. >> take a look then. you're the one that did this, right? >> yes. >> and you're the same individual that lied about all of this, right? >> yes. >> so then take a look at it. >> reporter: from the stand yars did her best to convince the jury she acted in self-defense. she said alexander attacked her after she dropped his can't rah. >> he body slammed me. >> he body slammed you down. >> yes. >> in a very forceful way. where did he body slam you down? >>
are shooting travis alexander, stabbing him and slashing his throat. areas explained in redirect to her attorney now she is putting it together logically, that's a quote from what she knows happened. >> do you have any memory of slashing mr. alexander's throat? >> no. >> when you were asked on on cross-examination if did you that, do you recall telling us that you did? >> yes. >> was that a recollection or logical assumption on your part? >> it was definitely not a recollection, so it was just based on the facts that i i knew. >> now, in terms of how long this q and a will go with the juror questions, shep, it really depends on arias and reminder this will be day 16 with her on the stand. >> let's bring in ann bremner now. she an attorney and will help us break this down. what do you expect this afternoon? >> we will hear a lot of different questions put to her by the judge. the fact of the matter is there are so many. some may be duplications and then second we're going to basically see her having to look at the jurors. she has been looking at them the whole time, which is great for a
at the hand of her then boyfriend, the man she is accused of murdering. >> i loved travis victor alexander so completely that i don't know any other way to be. i seurb i did was at times my heart is sad and sickened over the past. he makes me sick, he makes me happy, he makes me sad, and miserable. jenna: well now a fox news weather alert a major winter storm closing in on millions of americans. snow is falling in parts of the midwest. heavy snow and strong wind and flooding all possible as the system sweeps through a huge part of the united states. meteorologist maria molina has the details from the very extreme weather center. maria. >> hi, jenna. seems like every week we have some extreme storm to track and this week it's a major snowstorm, possibly the biggest so far this season in the city of chicago and also in the city of washington, d.c. as we head into tomorrow. today, chicago you're dealing with some of the heaviest snowfall and i want to start out with the current temperatures. not only do temperatures indicate whether you get rain or snow. but 32 grease in determines that the snow
to delete photos off your digital camera after you had just killed travis alexander and her response was, oh, that's one of those things i tell you, i just can't remember that. questions like, well, if your phone, your cell phone died, why didn't you plug it into a wall charger? they clearly have latched on to every minute fact she has testified to on the stand. and they're calling her on it. >> mark, what about you? you said you didn't like the idea of jurors asking questions. >> i don't. for precisely the reason unintentionally nancy just mentioned. it's an adversarial system. adversarial between the defense and prosecution. structurally, this is supposed to be jurors who are sitting there as impartial finders of fact. nancy is delighted because they're acting as mini prosecutors. that is exactly why i don't like it. >> no. because they're asking truthful questions, mark. you just don't want to hear the answers. >> i don't care whether -- actually, that's not true. if i'm trying the case -- >> oh. >> if i'm trying the case -- if i'm trying the case, i love to hear the jurors questions even
boyfriend, travis alexander. her defense attorneys are in the middle of their redirect questioning if you're keeping track because she's been on the stand a long time. randi kaye will recap monday's fireworks and i have a quick warning for you, some of this him testimony is pretty darn graphic. >> reporter: after damaging week on cross-examination, the first order of business for jodi arias's defense team was knocking down any hint at premeditation. >> did you go to mr. alexander see home on june 4th with the intent of killing him? >> no, i didn't. >> reporter: another attempt to convince the jury she murdered travis alexander in self defense. even though she's changed her story three times. testimony quickly turned to arias' broken finger on on her left hand. the prosecution has tried to prove she hurt her finger while stabbing her ex-boyfriend dozens of times. and dragging his bloody body around the house. to dispute that, arias' defense lawyer offered a show and tell. >> and that is the injury you incurred when you testified to having received when mr. alexander was kicking you in the
of killing her ex-boyfriend, travis alexander. if found guilty, she could be sentenced to death. today the defense relied on expert testimony. more on that in a moment. arias herself spent 18 days on the stand, testifying she doesn't remember much of the attack, which she calls self-defense. the prosecution calls it premeditated murder. her testimony ended in a face-off with the prosecutor. here's randi kaye in phoenix. >> please stand for the jury. >> reporter: on her final day on the stand, jodi arias was schooled in mathematics. do the math, the prosecutor attempted to show. her story doesn't add up. >> at some point in your life, n you know about time. you know movement takes time, don't you? >> reporter: martinez says arias would simply not have had enough time given the evidence to first go searching for the knife she used to stab travis alexander nearly 30 times and slit his throat. he says she must have had the knife with her in the bathroom when she was taking these digital pictures of a naked alexander in the shower. >> it would have taken time to actually look for it, wouldn
to kill her boyfriend she was just trying to save herself. saving herself meant stabbing travis alexander 27 times, shooting him in the head and cutting his throat. she is accused of premeditated murder for alexander's murder in 2008. she admits she killed him but says it was self-defense. today she spent her 14th day on the stand. this time in front of her own lawyer. he was trying to redirect her testimony and clear up any confusion after the prosecutor hammered away at her story last week. reduced her to tears at points. today, calmer. >> did you go to mr. alexander's home on june 4th with the intent on killing him? >> no, i didn't. >> did at any point in time during that day, june 4th, 2008, did you make a conscience decision that i want to kill travis alexander? >> no, that was never a thought. >> shepard: in fact, not only does she say she didn't plan to kill him, she says she doesn't remember killing him. and today she told the court how much she once loved this man before she stabbed and shot and slashed the life out of him. dominic di-natale is tracking latest from our west coast
travis alexander. arias stabbed alexander 27 times. slit his throat and shot him in the head. >> if you still felt threatened after having shot mr. alexander, why did you use a knife instead of just shooting again? >> well, i know that i dropped the gun when he hit me and i don't know where the gun went. when we fell, it was no longer in my hand. and i don't really remember picking up the knife. i just remember feeling threatened. and he was the immediate threat. >> bill: this murder case has now captured the attention of millions of americans, joining us from phoenix to handicap the case monica lind strawm criminal defense attorney who has been in the courtroom. why do you think this case has now broken out and so many people are at ing attention to it? >> well, first of all, it's a death penalty case. and in arizona, if she is convicted, she would be only the fourth woman on death row here in arizona. but i think it has gained so much attention because it has all the craziness of a horror movie. we have got young people who had a sexual relationship. we have religion involved. and we
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